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Who Asked That Excellent Audience Question on “Business Matters” the Other Night?

Posted on: June 18th, 2010 | Category: Employee On-boarding, Human Resources, News & Media, Our Blog

Asking the tough questions. You go, girl!Why, it was our intrepid leader, Tina Hamilton, that’s who!

Tina participated in the live audience taping of “Business Matters”, which aired on WFMZ on June 7, 2010. The episode was entitled “Unions: Past their prime or now more than ever?” and turned out to be a very lively discussion about union pros and cons from the viewpoint of Lehigh Valley area residents and community leaders.

Host Tony Iannelli lead the segment with guest panelists Mike D’Amore, President of Allentown City Council, Lanita Lum, Member of  the Saucon Valley School Board, Wendell Young IV, President of UFCW Local 1776 and Matthew Brouillette of the  Commonwealth Foundation. During the second half of the program, audience members were given an opportunity to ask questions to the panel.

Tina’s question is at the 14:08 mark on the video, which you can view by clicking here. You can also see Tina in the middle of the crowd whenever the camera does a sweeping shot of the audience.

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